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What is a Clinical Neuropsychology Assessment?

Clinical Neuropsychology assesses memory, attention, concentration, learning, problem solving and decision making. The assessments are particularly relevant to people who have been affected by cognitive changes as the result a head injury, stroke, excessive alcohol or drug use, dementia and other conditions that may affect brain function.

Common conditions assessed by a Clinical Neuropsychologist include:

Stroke, Brain injury from accidents, Dementia, Autism / Asperger’s, Depression and/or Anxiety, Learning Difficulties, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Drug and Alcohol Dependency, Unknown personality or behaviour changes.

Cognitive domains assessed include:

Intellectual functioning, Language processing, Visuospatial processing, Attention/concentration, Verbal learning and memory, Visual learning and memory, Executive functions, Speed of processing, Sensory-perceptual functions and Motivation/symptom validity.

Your Melbourne and Adelaide Neuropsychologists.

Our team are involved with multiple associations and organisations to promote brain health and to increase knowledge sharing. We specialise in multiple areas including rehabilitation, older adults, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and forensic neuropsychology. Do you require an offsite assessment?

We can travel to your office, hospital, clinics and/or agencies throughout Melbourne and Adelaide. There is generally no cost involved if it is within 100km radius of the CBD. Travel to rural areas can also be arranged – feel free to enquire with us.

Address 538A Murray Road
Preston VIC 3072
Tel 03 9478 1810
Fax 03 8678 3011